Submissions are managed by Easychair and will open on the 1st of August . All types of contributions must be prepared according to the ACM SIG proceedings templates (follow option 1).
Regular papers should not exceed 10 pages and can provide theoretical advancement, propose new methodologies or describe the application of known techniques. All regular papers will be judged by at least three reviewers on the basis of their originality, technical quality and scientific or practical contribution to the state of the art.
Tool papers should not exceed 4 pages and can describe a tool or its application to a relevant problem. The tool must be available for demonstration during the conference. All tool papers will be judged by at least three reviewers on the basis of their relevance and potential of solving problems.
Tutorial descriptions should not exceed 4 pages and must provide the motivation, content, some highlights of the tutorial in more detail and detailed references to cover the material. Tutorials are of 2 hours. All proposals will be judged by at least three reviewers on the basis of the timeliness of the topic and the content and the expected interest of the audience.